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Sternlight Outruns Her Field

Deborah B. Sternlight '98 has come a long way from her early childhood days when she would listen with fascination

Eric Silberstein Is Always Up to Something New

When Eric M. Silberstein '98 became one of the leaders of the Partners for Empowering Neighborhoods (PEN) program, he used

A Common Vision

E xactly two months ago, as I was sitting on the Memorial Church steps with a heavy textbook in my

Biotech Thrives in Cambridge

Just as the computer chip brought about a computer revolution and the creation of an entire region devoted to its

Top Clinton Staffers Speak

Addressing issues from campaign finance reform to President Clinton's temper, two top Clinton officials and two IOP fellows held a

Applying to Med School Is Year-Long Process

Even after going through years of pre-med classes, the MCAT and countless applications, students on the track to medical school

Even Time Has a History

Though most Harvard students will never have the time to study time itself, those enrolled in History of Science 117:

HBS Black Alumni Gather for Career Fair

The African-American Student Union's 25th Annual Career/Alumni Conference for the Harvard Business School (HBS), attracted approximately 500 alumni and students

Dance To Benefit Homeless

A wild night of dancing, performances, multi-media, games and prizes awaits students who will attend "The Pfoxy," a dance to

Thayer Gate Postering Now Official

In a reversal of long-standing policy, the Office of the Dean of the Students will now permit student groups to

Community Convenes for Annual Carol Services

The University's annual Christmas Carol Services, the oldest such services in the Western hemisphere, were held last night for the

1400 Attend Ball, But Have Trouble Getting Home

Almost a quarter of Harvard's undergraduate population got in touch with their inner child on Saturday evening at the Children's

Barbour vs Dodd

Haley Barbour and Sen. Christopher J. Dodd (D-Conn.) clashed before a mainly partisan audience at the Kennedy School of Government's

Harvard Pianists Celebrate Sanders Theatre Restoration

Generations of Harvard pianists performed for a full house at the Great Sanders Restoration Recital last night to celebrate the

State Senator Speaks On Religion, Nature

A California state senator said religion and spirituality can play a significant role in preserving the Earth and its natural